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?7 the Alexandria Oaz&'.te Cnvporstion
117 Kins Street, Alexandria, Vt? "'J ? ' . ' ~ IOWAHD W. SMITB, Prerident *?d TreiHrer WfLLIAM A. SMOOT ... Vto-P?e?!?ent MtCHAtL T. XTWIOtR ... ..... Kttn "Were Elijah the Tishbite to reap pear in earth under prevailing con ditions and Orthodox .Jews believe entered at the Pottofflce at Alexan dria, Virginia, a* ?econJ elaaa matter. BAN ON HOLIDAY. CHEER he iwll at some time?he might not find the huge cup of wine which the faithful place upon "the Passover table. The last few verses of the book of Malachi, the- last book of the Old Testament, tell us that the translated one is to reappear on earth at the close of the present dispensation. Israelites. anticipa ting the prophet's return, gather around the table at Passover night, when the head of the family filis a large cup of wine, after which he opens the front floor, and me family and guests stand mute and await the appearance of the prophet of old', for whom the cup is prepared. After a certain interval they pro ceed with the feast. The following quotations for wines and liquors in Batimore will prove interesting: Champagne?Pommery, Ciiquot and other first class imported bub ble water. $22;? a case; $30 up a bottle. j," Vin Ordinaire?Two to $i> a bo.t- : tie. ? v - f-!v . Gin?"From $100 to $150 a case; ! 1 I Gordon gin quoted at $150. Brandies?Imported brands, ?$150 up a ease.. Scotch?From $200 to $250 a case for standard brands; rive-Star Haig j & Haijr, $250'a ? case, $20 to $25 _ a T bottie; medium Scotch. $150 to $200 | a case, $15 to $20 a bottle; ordinary i Scotch, varying prices for case lots, $10 to $15 a bottle. Irish?About the same prices as<; Scotch. . Rye?Standard brands,- from $100 ; to $150 a case; best, stuff. $15 to S20 a bottie; good, $10 to $15. (Benedictine?Thirty dollars a; quart for the real goods? ; ?Chartreuse?Eighty dollars for ditto; $:J0 for domestic. Absinthe?Thirty dollars a bottle. Cordials?Imported, $15 to $20 a bottle; domestic, ?7 to $10. ? Individual Drink*?Any price the bartender deigir?. to'-accept1.' .'If ht' is a good fellow, it ought not to be move than 50 cents' foil, cocktails and rye.- Ov GO cents for Scotch. t \ \ X * \ - ?And how to make your money go far enough to have/this festive meal the same enjoyable occasion as in the good old days of Auhl Lang Syne with its usual courses of TURKE Y AND TRIMMINGS, MINCE PIE, NUTS, FRUIT CAKES, and all the othor goodies. All you have to do is to call on 30#) NORTH PATRICK STREET Phone 235-J 1 Successor to W. H. PRIEST ' Zalkind is the leader of low prices for Alexandria. He will? please and sur prise you with his complete variety of everything edible for your table and also at the wonderful bargains he has to offer you. He will furnish you with ieliable, wholesome and fresh goods and he will make your dollar put more goods in your market basket than any other store. Ask his large and constantly increasing string of pleased customers. Get the habit of dealing with Zalkind and it will make you happy. Zalkind is taking orders now for turkeys and meats for your Glvistrnas dinner. Prompt delivery and no disappointment. Poultry live or dressed. Special attention to phone orders. Phone 235-J. We deliver promptly anywhere. MA'ZOLAI Special Demonstrate n MA/JOLA. the puru cooking and s-ltd oil from corn iscconom ical bccauseitgoeaso far?can be used over and over again ?to the very lust tit-op. Ask your grocer tor Cook Book. coktn pno?ucTs KEPI N \ X CCO. T. O.Boj.. ICS, New York Owing to the extreme scarcity of sugar the Karo Syrup People are placing in various cities? an educational demonstration of the many uses to which their product can be used, as a substitute for sugar. For this oceassion they have selected thite store and Saturday as I her day on which a lady representative of the Karo people will he glad to jneet every lady in Alexandria at Zalkind and as sist them in the art of substituting their high grade.syrups for sugar. HAVING RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF HOGS WILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES Fresh hams 30c Fresh shoulders 28c Side pork 26c Good pork chops 30c Prime chops 35c Pure pork sausage - 38c Fresh sausage meat 28c ?Spare ribs, neck bones, k-dneys and ? heads at reduced prices. SMOKED MfiA'J S * / ? Armour and Cudahy cured hams 30c Sugar cured shoulders 23c Shaffer's cured bacon, sliced .. 40c In piece 38c Balogne and link sausage .. ?.. 24c Rabbits, fowls and turkeys in stock vs. market price. Hirsch can pumpkin, while it lasts 10 c Aiso some special brands of the best coffee at lb 28c Eggs, good 58c VEAL?Milk Fed, Home Killed Cutlets, 45c Loin and rib chops > 38c Shoulder chops . 30c Shoulder roast 28c Veal breast 20c PRIME NATIVE BEEF Choice Steaks Round, sirloin and porterhouse 27c Chuck steaks r 22c Chuck roast 20c Boullion roast .. ? ? 24c Shoulder clod 24c Prime rib 25c Boiling beef 12c Inspect the grade before buying LAMB Leg lamb .>. 32c Shoulder 28c Shoulder Chops". <:.... 28c Loin and rib chops >38c Breast ; 20c We Have Recommended Highly the Famous Betsy Ross Flour Made from selected best grade Virginia mountain wheat. Because we knew the millers of this product we guaranteed every sack to be white, wholesome and nutritious or money refunded. It has no superior'in the flour world. We are making vou a special price' 12-lb. Sack, 75c iXlus.is below .the market price and we advise ^v*ou to stock up. on this high grade frour. Phe price is just for Christmas and will be higher after the holi-. days. " ;:1 -i - ? v f MEN'S SHIRTS Trey're exceptional values. A splendid showing- in . all the wanted styles, shades and colors. You'll like every one of them. rThey are put up in handsome Christmas boxes and will make excellent i^ifts for the man. $1.98 to $9.98 Boundless Range of Startling Values in Our Showing of ?m WOMEN'S NIFTY COATS Gorgeous style-effects for women. Christinas Showing of II BOYS CLOTHING Boys suits, blue serge, i plain color flannels, misses and juniors. Uncountable plain . , , ? . . , . . . , v ;cor(iurovand'iancy mix -and fuivtrimmed models, so ncn ancy k warm that their purchasers might ^ 'cashmeres and nome spims. Latest single and' ; double breasted, waist even smile at the rigors of Alaska. Silvertones, velours, plushes, Jerseys, r . etc. Fur-trimmed or plain. Some have ' . ,jfe^ri or Tcg'^r ^T?r~ large deep pockets that are a part'"folk styles. Ail pants of the side panels; semi-belted and fully taped, throughout belt all around effects; extreme but- jj sizes 7 to 18 vears ton trimmed models, etc. $16.50 to $90.00 , $18.00 and up WOMEN'S WAISTS Just the prettiest line you ever saw. The season's newest mod els in georgette, crepe cle chine, satin ? in fact, every wanted material. In Christ mas boxes, they are priced $1.98 to $15.00 GIRLS' COATS Latest fur trimmed and plain tailored models, with belts etc. Dainty, high waisted models for the little ones included. Silver tone, broadcloth, wool, velour, velvet, kersey, silk and wool, plush, corduroy, etc. Latest fall and winter colors. Sizes 4 to 18 years. ?SS.50 and up OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR HER "" FOR HIM Fur Neckpieces Muffs Camisoles ' ?r ciiSlS Shoes Handbags Manicure Sets Etc. ilats Shoes Hose Suspenders Shirts Umbrellas, etc. Magnificent Diversion of Models in Women's Pretty Or esses Serges, tricotines, satins, and georgettes, showing the new Russian blouse style, buttoned over the -shoulder. Also the new embroidered front effects, ruffled skirts, tunic, panels, etc. Some have large, beautiful cords that tie at the waistline, while others have belts of various widths. Handsome collars and cuffs on some of these"dresses; others are collarless. Your choice this week at prices ranging from $12.50 to $15.00 Get Into the Big Christinas Showing of Men's Suits and Overcoats What you want is quality, but you want style along with it. And here is where you get both. The cele brated nationally advertised makes with our terms s low as a dollar a week, and the same price the manu facturers compel the exclusive caph stores to charge. The fashion-climax1 of the world, combined with un beatable values, covers our entire floor, one of the largest clothing departments in the city. The Overcoats comprise the finest gems in the trade. Single-breasted or double breasted styles, with or without b^lts. Snappiest waist line and form fitting models. The suits embrace every new idea. The dashv, sin gle breasted and 'double breasted styles for young men and the conservative models. Extraordinary values this week at payments as low as a dollar a week. $30.00 to $82-50 ?? Each of these items are particularly appropriate f or Yuletide gifts, and when here selected, carry an added charm of the high standard of quality. ALL GIFTS PUT UP IN CHRISTMAS BOXES FREE OPEN f, , EVENINGS I \ 'TIL |X, CHRISTMAS B !j . ? ' ! ^ ? a?i> a Jk ' v. '" ; ?500 King* S treet II M CASH OR ' CREDIT PHONE 574 K U:.